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Weber Stefan  
#1 Posted : Tuesday, September 8, 2015 9:26:08 AM(UTC)
Weber Stefan
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We have many jobs in Targit which send reports to users early in the morning.
Sometimes the preparing job on the SQL-Server fails and the reports are then not up to date.
My question:
Is there an idea how we can stop the Targit scheduled jobs if the job on SQL-Server didn't run?
So we could avoid that wrong data are sent to users.

Thanks for any advices!

Best regards
Peter Bagger  
#2 Posted : Friday, December 4, 2015 1:09:02 PM(UTC)
Peter Bagger
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Hi Stefan,

I have the same problem and have been hoping for a better reply than I can give you.

I have 2 issues
A) The job sometimes fails.
B) Sometimes the job hasn't finished before sending emails.

I have made the following work around:

1. Instead of sending a lot of emails every day I upload the reports to a folder every 5 minutes from 6 - 10 am.
2. When the system is done updating data and processing the cubes (normally 6:00 am), it sends an email to all relevant people with a message about new data available within 5 minutes and a link to the folder with the reports.
3. If the job finishes and reports failure an email is sent to me and the IT department.

best regards

Edited by user Friday, December 4, 2015 1:11:05 PM(UTC)  | Reason: Not specified

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